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Author Amours, F. J. (François Joseph), 1841-1910.
Title Scottish alliterative poems in riming stanzas / edited by F. J. Amours.
Publication Info Edinburgh : William Blackwood & Sons, 1892-1897.


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Descript 2 v.
Note The editor ascribes the "Awntyrs off Arthure" and the "Pistill of Susan" to Huchown of the Awle ryale; the ascription is disputed.
The Pistill of Susan is the story of Susanna as given in the Vulgate, Daniel, XIII. The notes include the Vulgate text, and Wycliffe's version.
Contents Introduction.--Knightly tale of Golagros and Gawane.--Buke of the Howlat [by] Sir Richard Holland] from the Asloan ms.--Rauf Collyear, from the ed. of 1572.--The Awntyrs off Arthure at the terne Wathelyn [2 texts: Douce ms. 324, Bodl, libr.; Thornton ins.]--The P'istill of Susan [Vernon ins.]--Appendix. Pistill of Susan; four versions from ms. of the 15th century.--Notes.--Glossary.--Index of names.
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Author Amours, F. J. (François Joseph), 1841-1910.
Series Scottish Text Society 27, 38.
Subject English poetry -- Scottish authors.
Scottish poetry -- To 1700.
Scots language -- To 1700 -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
Scotland -- Poetry.
Alt author Holland, Richard, Sir, active 1450.
Huchown, 14th century.
Descript 2 v.
Note The editor ascribes the "Awntyrs off Arthure" and the "Pistill of Susan" to Huchown of the Awle ryale; the ascription is disputed.
The Pistill of Susan is the story of Susanna as given in the Vulgate, Daniel, XIII. The notes include the Vulgate text, and Wycliffe's version.
Contents Introduction.--Knightly tale of Golagros and Gawane.--Buke of the Howlat [by] Sir Richard Holland] from the Asloan ms.--Rauf Collyear, from the ed. of 1572.--The Awntyrs off Arthure at the terne Wathelyn [2 texts: Douce ms. 324, Bodl, libr.; Thornton ins.]--The P'istill of Susan [Vernon ins.]--Appendix. Pistill of Susan; four versions from ms. of the 15th century.--Notes.--Glossary.--Index of names.
Author Amours, F. J. (François Joseph), 1841-1910.
Series Scottish Text Society 27, 38.
Subject English poetry -- Scottish authors.
Scottish poetry -- To 1700.
Scots language -- To 1700 -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
Scotland -- Poetry.
Alt author Holland, Richard, Sir, active 1450.
Huchown, 14th century.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL 6th Floor  PR 8631 S4(27)  pt.1  8 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE
 BJL 6th Floor  PR 8631 S4(38)  pt.2  8 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Subject English poetry -- Scottish authors.
Scottish poetry -- To 1700.
Scots language -- To 1700 -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.
Scotland -- Poetry.
Descript 2 v.
Note The editor ascribes the "Awntyrs off Arthure" and the "Pistill of Susan" to Huchown of the Awle ryale; the ascription is disputed.
The Pistill of Susan is the story of Susanna as given in the Vulgate, Daniel, XIII. The notes include the Vulgate text, and Wycliffe's version.
Contents Introduction.--Knightly tale of Golagros and Gawane.--Buke of the Howlat [by] Sir Richard Holland] from the Asloan ms.--Rauf Collyear, from the ed. of 1572.--The Awntyrs off Arthure at the terne Wathelyn [2 texts: Douce ms. 324, Bodl, libr.; Thornton ins.]--The P'istill of Susan [Vernon ins.]--Appendix. Pistill of Susan; four versions from ms. of the 15th century.--Notes.--Glossary.--Index of names.
Alt author Holland, Richard, Sir, active 1450.
Huchown, 14th century.

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